Vetus Foundation


Operational Performance

  • Regulatory Compliance (Federal, State, and Local) including recertification, license renewal, inspection certificates.
  • Full Spectrum of Clinical Care Delivery including Skilled Nursing, Long Term Care, Dementia Care, Respite Care, Palliative Care, and Hospice services.
  • Census Development Systems focused on proven techniques for Sales, Marketing and Admissions.
  • Supply and Inventory management system with Group Purchasing Benefits.
  • Routine Maintenance and Capital Expenditure.
  • Full service Dietary Program
  • Rehabilitation Services including Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, and Respiratory Therapy.


  • Recruiting, advertising job openings, reviewing resumes, interviewing candidates, and working with hiring managers to find the right fit.
  • Contract Negotiations
  • Labor Relations
  • Manage payroll and responsible for all Human Resource functions.

Marketing Services

  • Review and analyze existing advertising, public relations, sales promotion, merchandising, and special events.
  • Prepare marketing plans
  • Create coordinated programs for residents, public, community and government relations.
  • Prepare marketability appraisals and analyses.
  • Recommend specialized advertising, marketing, and public relation professionals.

Development Services

  • Vetus Foundation provides complete project assistance or analysis, form the initial planning stages through completion.
  • Support for preparation and review process for certificate/need application.
  • Conducting comprehensive market feasibility studies.
  • Securing licenses, zoning, consent orders, development orders, building permits and other approvals from local, state, and federal government agencies.
  • Consultation on expansion, renovation, and conversion of existing facilities.
  • Implementing equipment programming.
  • Preparing functional layouts and capital cost budgets.

Financial Services

  • Revenue Cycle - Maintain accounts receivable, billing, and relationships with Medicare, Medicaid, and other payer sources.
  • Cost containment – Maintain accounts payable, purchase agreements and vendor relationships.
  • Budgeting – Develop both operating and Capital Expenditure Budgets annually.
  • Develop and implement financial accounting systems encompassing payroll, credit and collections, accounts payable and receivable.
  • Perform all routine maintenance functions.
  • Comparative rate structure analysis
  • Prepare monthly financial statements, quarterly, annual reports and cost reports.
  • Secure maximum reimbursement form third party agencies.

Registered Dietitian

  • Education of residents, families, and staff in concepts of nutrition and diet modification
  • Guidance to facility dietary managers and other key personnel.
  • Nutrition screening, assessment, and monitoring.
  • Support with Sanitation and meal service reviews for regulatory compliance.
  • Planning, organizing, developing, and directing the nutritional care of the residents in accordance with current federal, state, and local standards, guidelines, and regulations.